Newsletter September 2017
Love for One Another By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another. John 13:35 1975 Eloise - 1995 Erin - 1995 Opal - 2000 Helene - 2001 Barry - 2004 Ivan - 2005 Dennis These are the names of just some of the hurricanes that have hit our area. Help poured in from our neighbors.
Calendar September 2017
Newsletter August 2017
August 6 “Second Breakfast 13 “Go Walk the Beans” 20 "Washing Dishes with Billy Graham” 27 “Trick Riding”
Calendar August 2017
Asher Newsletter Jun-July 2017
That is the title of a book by Mark Twain that Jennie just finished reading. Our readers who speak German know that it translates, “The awful German language.” As Mark Twain traveled to Southern Germany to overcome severe writer’s block he found great inspiration here, but he also found exasperation with learning the language. The articles that often don’t make sense (Did you know that in Germany a young woman is neither masculine nor feminine while a turnip is feminine?), the cases, the word endings – all present their challenges.
Newsletter July 2017
This summer I will be sharing the STORIES AND LESSONS FROM THE FARM I grew up on in Texas, and what it taught me through them.
Calendar July 2017
Newsletter June 2017
Summer Sermon Series Stories and Lessons from the Farm Jesus lived in an agricultural society where most people would have lived on a farm, worked with crops, or owned livestock. His audiences would have included shepherds, vine growers, farmers, and orchard workers. Jesus often used stories to teach spiritual lessons. It is an effective way to teach because people remember stories.
Calendar June 2017
Newsletter May 2017
2017 Summer Sermon Series -- Stories and Lessons from the Farm-- Jesus lived in an agricultural society where most people would have lived on a farm, worked with crops, or owned livestock. His audiences would have included shepherds, vine growers, farmers, and orchard workers.
Calendar May 2017
Newsletter April 2017
When I was a child my siblings and I looked forward to Easter morning. When we woke up on Easter it was a lot like waking up on Christmas morning, but instead of running into the living room to look under the tree we would look out our bedroom window to get a peek at what the Easter Bunny left for us in the yard: brightly colored eggs sitting in nests of artificial grass. We weren’t allowed to scoop them up until we were ready for church.
Calendar April 2017
Newsletter March 2017
The Christian church starts with repentance. Rev. Matthew Harrison, President of the LCMS, said it this way, “The greatest eras in the history of the Church have all begun with repentance. Those times when the Gospel of free forgiveness by faith in Jesus Christ has shone brightest in missionary witness and expansion—in a burning desire to care for the weak and needy with Christ’s own mercy, and in zealous and creative endeavors in church life and organization—have all begun with the preaching of repentance.
Calendar March 2017
Newsletter February 2017
As we begin a New Year I’m reminded of what a wonderful privilege it is to serve you. Thank you! St. Paul put it this way in Philippians 1:3-5 “I thank my God in all my remembrance of you, always in every prayer of mine for you all making my prayer with joy, because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now.”
Calendar February 2017
Newsletter January 2017
Snoopy Was One Smart Dog. Snoopy, the dog made famous in Charles Schultz’s Peanuts Comic strips, occasionally visited his cousin Spike who lived in the California desert. Spike’s sparse desert diet had made him a very skinny dog. Snoopy’s first question when visiting Spike was, “When does supper come?” He is shocked and dismayed by the reply. “Supper doesn’t come in the desert. You have to go get it yourself.” Snoopy isn’t used to that kind of life. “Go get supper…? Phooey! I’m going home where Charlie Brown fills my bowl and feeds me regularly.”
Newsletter December 2016
Advent Services Wednesdays at 6:30 PM November 30th, December 7th, and 14th
Newsletter November 2016
Issued by President George Washington, at the request of Congress, on October 3, 1789 “Whereas it is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to be grateful for His benefits, and humbly to implore His protection and favor; and—Whereas both Houses of Congress have, by their joint committee, requested me “to recommend to the people of the United States a day of public thanksgiving and prayer, to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many and signal favors of Almighty God, especially by affording them an opportunity peaceably to establish a form of government for their safety and happiness.”